During the last Cannes festival, Burning, from Korean Lee Chang-dong (Poetry), based on a story (Barns burned), Japanese writer Haruki Murakami was one of the most critically acclaimed films, to the point that he won the Fipresci award. The drama starts when, after making a delivery, Jongsu, a messenger, crosses paths with Haemi, a girl who lived in her neighborhood. The young woman asks her to take care of her cat during a trip to Africa. On his return, Haemi introduces Ben, a mysterious guy with money he met there … and who confesses his strange hobby. With these wicks Lee composes a mysterious tone, an enigmatic triangle and brings certain doses of existentialism to a work that is really a thriller. Chosen by South Korea for the Oscar race, Burning It is screened at the Sitges festival before its commercial premiere on October 19. And here we have your trailer.